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‘Game Night’: A comedic winner with no losers

3.5 out of 4 stars Max and Annie love each other almost as much as Charades and Scrabble, which is why it’s so easy for the audience to fall in love with them in “Game Night,” a film in which […]

‘Game Night’: A comedic winner with no losers

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3.5 out of 4 stars Max and Annie love each other almost as much as Charades and Scrabble, which is why it’s so easy for the audience to fall in love with them in “Game Night,” a film in which […]

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‘Early Man’: Stone Age soccer provides plenty of cartoon kick

3 out of 4 stars If FIFA, the governing body of international soccer was smart, it would promote “Early Man,” a cartoon movie highlights the way the beautiful game should

Rubadiri Victor is old in spirit and grounded in art

Rubadiri Victor narrates historical accounts, spirituality, and various philosophies – through art Rubadiri Victor is a purest when it comes to culture and the arts. When he sacrificed seventeen

Disney on Ice: Froze to turn Royal Farms Arena into Arendelle

They’ll be coming in waves, Elsas and Annas of every size and shape, from toddlers to adults, descending upon downtown Baltimore, where Disney on Ice: Frozen will turn Royal Farms Arena

FanLogic has great investment potential

Way back in 1994, just 24 years ago a very driven and creative man in Seattle, Washington started a brand new company. His name is Jeff Bezos and his

‘Ferdinand’: John Cena, Peyton Manning star as bulls against bullying

3 out of 4 stars Ferdinand – the loveable bull who prefers flowers over fighting – remains as relevant and endearing today as he was when he debuted in Munro

Disney Live! Mickey and Minnie’s Doorway to Magic to appear at Lyric Opera House

Andrew Connors probably takes the movie “Toy Story” more seriously than any other millennial. “I’ve watched it at least 10 times and I’ve seen the second and third ‘Toy Story’

Baltimore Rising spotlights courage, collaboration in wake of Freddie Gray death

Baltimore City Police Commissioner Kevin Davis talks with community leader Genard “Shadow” Barr in the new HBO documentary Baltimore Rising. (courtesy HBO) In April 2015, a seemingly routine arrest turned

Goblin performing at Baltimore Soundstage. (Anthony C. Hayes)

Goblin, Morricone Youth: Mesmeric sensations move crowd at Baltimore Soundstage

Goblin performing on Saturday night at Baltimore Soundstage. (Anthony C. Hayes) Since the early era of recorded sound, music has played an integral part in moving movie audiences along with

‘Murder on the Orient Express’: A train derailment

1.5 out of 4 stars Maybe Kenneth Branagh should stick to acting. As director of the much-anticipated “Murder on the Orient Express,” he was handed a cast of stars. But instead

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